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Aug 18, 2013 8:00am PDT
a fantastic point, because just last week edward snowden, who leaked the information about the nsa's secret surveillance program, said in a "new york times" interview, he said he didn't approach "the new york times" because, and i'm quoting him here, he said after 9/11, many of the most important news outlets in america abdicated their role as a check to power. would you agree with him? >> i think that's overstated. but i do think that the reason that edward snowden went where he went -- and by the way, one of the places he went was "the washington post," which is pretty much a mainstream news organization the last time i checked, was that he had relationships with journalists or formed relationships with journalists whom he trusted and he felt would represent his point of view. >> you've been an outspoken critic in the newsroom. you've weighed in much more frequently than your predecessors. if i'm correct about this, i believe you sit in the newsroom unlike your predecessors. >> i started out in the newsroom right in the midst of everything. i've recently moved up to another floor of the n
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